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- adj. organic chemistry Of, or pertaining to anomers.
“A relation between the cis-enediol mechanism and the anomeric specificity of isomerases.”
“The anomeric specificities of 5 isomerases were determined in the course of our studies on the isomerases that continued until 1973.”
“Figure 5b, in which protonic assistance to leaving group departure is given by D232 with electrophilic migration of the anomeric carbon to form the covalent glycosyl-enzyme intermediate.”
“Furthermore, mannose chemistry itself is extremely challenging, demanding inspired solutions to the problem of synthesis at its occluded anomeric centre”
“GH38 α − mannosidases are known to act with net retention of anomeric configuration; a mechanism in which a glycosyl-enzyme intermediate is flanked by oxocarbenium-ion like transition-states.”
“α − 1,3 mannosidase activity of GH38 enzymes; catalysis occurs with net retention of anomeric configuration. doi: 10.1371/journal. pone.0009006.g001”
“Fig. 4A) contains the C1 protons present in the starting material and a new anomeric α-linked signal [H”
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